Dr. Roshini Raj Launches New Skin Care Brand TULA Using New Probiotic Technology
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TULA brings innovation to the beauty industry through the use of probiotics in a range of skin care products
NEW YORK, July 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TULA (tulaforlife.com), the new skin care line using a patented Probiotic Technology, today announced the launch of their first selection of skin care products. The Sanskrit word for balance, TULA products are designed to bring a sense of balance to every woman's daily skin care routine.
Co-founded by gastroenterologist and media personality Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa, a.k.a. Dr. Raj, the products are infused with a probiotic complex, which features rice proteins, vitamins A, C, and E, and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, as well as white tea and blueberry extracts. "I wanted to find effective ingredients to keep our skin gorgeous, and I created the TULA skincare line using various skin nourishing ingredients and Probiotic Technology. Probiotics-organisms (bacteria or yeast) naturally found in humans-have always fascinated me," says Dr. Raj. She has designed these formulas to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, smooth and hydrate skin, and fight free radical attack.
Recently, a growing body of research, including the Journal of Applied Microbiology, the British Journal of Nutrition and the British Journal of Dermatology, showed that probiotics can have other health-promoting effects beyond digestive tract well-being, including skin health benefits. The topical use of probiotics has been showed to stimulate skin's protective mechanism, improve the balance of the "good" bacteria in skin, guard against UV-induced damage and improve skin's elasticity and collagen production.
The TULA line includes a purifying cleanser, an illuminating face serum, a revitalizing eye cream, and a day-and-night hydrating cream. The line delivers skin-nourishing benefits while also providing anti-aging skincare solutions. "As women, we're always on the go, and this line enables us to experience a simple and comprehensive skincare regimen," said Dr. Raj. "We all live very busy and complicated lives, often prioritizing the well-being of others above our own. But it's truly essential to find time for ourselves. This is what motivated me to start TULA. This product line is all about helping women achieve true balance in their lives."
At www.tulaforlife.com Dr. Raj and other experts contribute advice on career, parenting, diet, nutrition, exercise and even how to sleep better and manage stress.
TULA (www.tulaforlife.com) is revolutionizing complexion care with innovative skincare products using a patented Probiotic Technology. Co-founded by Dr. Roshini Raj, the line features a selection of skin care products, offering a simple and comprehensive skincare regimen. Based on the belief that the same ingredients that are great for your internal health are also great for your skin when applied topically, each product delivers skin-nourishing benefits while also providing anti-aging skincare solutions.
About Dr. Roshini Raj:
Dr. Roshini Raj (www.drroshiniraj.com) is a practicing gastroenterologist and internist with a special interest in women's health and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. She is also the Medical Editor of Health Magazine and in August 2010, she released her first book, What the Yuck?! The Freaky & Fabulous Truth About Your Body. Ten years ago, she embarked on a second career in the media, and is a regular contributor to Today show and GoodDayNY. She also appears regularly on a variety of national TV shows. Dr. Raj resides in New York City with her husband and two children.
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